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Friday, November 16, 2007

Behind The Scenes in Las Vegas

Wolf Blitzer & Bill Schneider
photo: CNN

Did you miss last night's CNN debate? The debate will be rebroadcast on CNN several times this weekend. (All times listed are ET.)

  • Saturday: 6p, 10p
  • Sunday: 1a, 4a, 6p, 10p
  • Monday: 1a, 4a

Gloria Borger & Wolf Blitzer
photo: CNN

Want to watch the debate right now? The debate is also available for download from CNN's website at:

The debate is available in both iPod compatible and Microsoft Windows Media formats.

photo: CNN

This week's CNN All Access podcast takes a behind the scenes look at the Las Vegas debate.

The podcast is available for download at:

Campbell Brown & John Roberts
photo: CNN

The behind the scenes look includes insights from:

  • Sam Feist, CNN's Political Director
  • Wolf Blitzer
  • Campbell Brown
  • John Roberts.

You can also view the clip below.

While browsing through CNN's debate web page, I came across this cartoon by Mike Mikula. Don't you just love the dealer?


In a press release, CNN announced a new assignment for correspondent Kyung Lah. Below are a few excerpts:

CNN Newsource correspondent Kyung Lah has been appointed as a Tokyo-based international correspondent assigned to cover Japan and other regional assignments; it was announced today by Parisa Khosravi, senior vice president of international newsgathering for CNN.

Lah recently worked on assignment in Tokyo for CNN International covering a broad range of business, technology and sporting stories including the dramatic China Air plane crash in Okinawa and growing concern over the safety of nuclear facilities situated in earth quake zones.

“To be able to recruit such a strong candidate for an international assignment from within CNN shows the depth of skills and talent that we have across our networks,” Khosravi said. “Kyung has a real passion for international news, and her Newsource experience will be invaluable as she serves the demands of CNN’s many networks and services.”


Mystery Journalist

Can you name this CNN journalist?

Let us know who you think it is and we'll reveal this journalist's identity in Sunday's post.


Anonymous said...

Awesome post thanks. It would be cool if CNN
would run these behind the scenes podcasts
on weekends on CNN and HLN . Just let it
run raw with intros and words on the screen.
I think it would be better than the repeats
(unless it is something like a debate or
Planet In Peril . I think people would watch
in larger numbers on weekends if they
don't konw what is coming up next. I am
soooo happy for Wolf and Team CNN.
I appreciate his old school style. I guess
I am not alone 4 million viewers can't
be wrong.

bluediamond (Jennifer) said...

Let me guess on the Mystery Journalist, Is it Randi Kaye or Soledad O'Brien